Leap to your life





There must be hidden nuances to this bright image of a young woman who is dancing with herself. Decide what they are and know they probably differ from the interpretation of others who see the same picture. This is the beauty of art.

For me this is not a particularly special day,  despite the date, 29 March. A leap day.’ If you add 2 plus 9=11. voila : It’s a master number in numerology. I notice or catch myself doing things that may interest the masses on such a day.

I remember many years ago when I met my husband we waited for the leap year to end and got engaged on the 1st of January. Superstitious? I guess so! We were not alone. There were a lot of engagement notices that day!

Here some numerology facts: Positive Characteristics: A Master number, the 11 is the most intuitive of all numbers. It is instinctual, charismatic, dynamic and capable when its sights are set on a concrete goal. The 11 is the number associated with faith and psychics.

Negative Characteristics: The 11 can be anxious, shy, stressed, conflicted and scattered. When focus is not applied toward a goal, the 11 can be extremely self-sabotaging. As a Master number, the positive characteristics will turn into obstacles when not understood or used properly.

Associated in Tarot with: Justice
Scattered and otherworldly may be shortcomings but you probably need to learn to handle the bad with the good. A  Psychic gift is for special people.
The word leap in today’s prompt reminded me of another image which won an award when I was a teenager. It was a full frontal picture of a man doing the long jump taken by a boy who was in my class. Truly magnificent and memorable. Worth a thousand words, to quote a Chinese saying!
That same boy waved hurray when the O Level English exam paper was handed to us and  “My first camera” was a possible prompt/ composition option. We both got an A!
For an interesting article written by a leap person

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